Marcus Rashford was driven out of Manchester United training on Friday after he crashed his £700,000 Rolls-Royce last weekend.
The forward was pictured in the passenger seat of a £50,000 white Audi RS3 as he left United's Carrington training complex the day before their Premier League fixture with Crystal Palace.
Rashford has been in training all week despite being shaken in the late night accident outside Carrington following Saturday night's 1-0 win at Burnley.
His Rolls-Royce collided with a car driven by a 74-year-old grandmother, causing damage to the vehicle as well as a traffic bollard and a lamp post.
Both Rashford and the women, who was said to be returning home from babysitting, emerged unscathed from the crash.
United captain Bruno Fernandes came across the scene and stopped to look after his team-mate.
Rashford was assessed by United's club doctor, who also offered medical help to the woman. United officials paid for a taxi to take the woman home because she didn't want to go to hospital.
No arrests were made despite both reportedly being breathalysed by police and an ambulance wasn't called.
On Monday, Rashford drove another Rolls-Royce worth £600,000 from his car collection into training but was driven on Friday.
Rashford was an unused substitute as United beat Crystal Palace 3-0 in the Carabao Cup third round on Tuesday night, but is expected to play a part in the Premier League meeting with the same opposition on Saturday.
Rashford has scored once and contributed two assists in seven United matches so far this season.
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